With summer typically comes hot weather, even in the "frozen tundra" of Green Bay.
But this summer hasn't been a typical one.
We still haven't seen a 90-degree high temperature this year.
It's been over 300 days since the last 90 degree reading, on September 10th of last year.
Usually, Green Bay has seen a 90-degree day by June 28th.
And over the course of a summer, 6 to 7 of those days can be expected on average.
The last time a summer went by without hitting 90 degrees was in 2004 and has only happened 7 times total since records began in 1885.
And with below-average temperatures expected the rest of the week, we won't be changing this anytime soon.